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brightly the stars shine down through
false words and harsh accusations -
visiting the planet are we?

in the quiet night the whispered words
rise softly in the air.
lifting the in the breeze effortlessly.

while channeling moonbeams through
pleasant memories and moments.
she listens for the sound that is key.

will another night pass now to bring
another day of light.
will it be better in the dew dropped morning
when all has faded from what he sees.

------
-- Stacey


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The following comments are for "Night Moments"
by Dolphingurrl

Interesting
I wasn't sure that I really liked this one. I seemed a little muddled to me. I don't know a lot about poetry so it might just be my tastes.

I did go back and re-read it a couple of times to get a better sense of what was written and what you were trying to say. I liked the way you were moving from moment to moment and I also liked the fact that it seems to be written from the point of view of a second person looking in and seeing all of these moments occur at night. I thought that was cool.

( Posted by: wrath186 [Member] On: July 29, 2003 )

A Break-up?
I'm not sure, but is this a break-up? I know its definitely a betrayal of trust from the first verse alone, but i wondered if it went that far. If that was the meaning behind this, then i have to say that it is very well written. It explores so many areas of interest at once whilst staying singular in its task of describing the event. I liked this a lot.

( Posted by: False Dawn [Member] On: July 29, 2003 )





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